The second annual Career Move Month is almost upon us! We had amazing success with last April’s Career Move Month efforts which produced more than 550 employees to our growing system. This crop of talent filled a host of positions including movers, drivers, managers, marketing and sales coordinators, and customer service representatives. This year throughout the month of March, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® will be recruiting across the country with a goal of 10,000 online applicants, resulting in 1,000 new hires throughout the system. If the goal is met TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® / INTERNATIONAL, Inc. will donate $5,000 to five Dress for Success chapters across the country. Dress for Success is an organization which promotes economic independence for underprivileged women, providing them with the attire necessary as they seek steady employment. Funds are also used for training and other efforts which support and sustain employment and career advancement.
“The objective of Career Move Month is to raise awareness about the opportunities which exist within our ever-expanding network of locations and a growing corporate office. We want people to recognize how TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® truly moves people forward by offering diverse opportunities for steady employment, career advancement, and franchising.” – Sara Bennett, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® human resources director
We know interviewing for a new position can be a nerve-wracking experience. It can even feel unnatural to talk about yourself for a long period of time. Here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, our core purpose is to move people forward, including helping you land that job you really want!
Seventy five percent of our managers started out as frontline employees and were able to seamlessly transition into management roles with a little time and training. Do you have the desire to make the move from your current position to something more fulfilling? Apply now and get a head start on the interview process! To officially kick off Career Move Month, here is a video full of entertaining but truly tangible tips on how NOT to act in an interview and some helpful advice to assist you with landing the position you’re coveting.